Bioethics
Chelsea Zimmerman

“Transabled”

Commenting on gender reassignment as “treatment” for people with gender identity issues a few years ago, Wesley Smith said : People want to be fulfilled

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Prayer
Chelsea Zimmerman

When the Joy of Faith is Gone

In this you rejoice, although now for a little while you may have to suffer through various trials, so that the genuineness of your faith,

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Bioethics
Chelsea Zimmerman

Christ Teaches Us How to Die

For to this you have been called, because Christ also suffered for you, leaving you an example that you should follow in his footsteps. (1

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Bioethics
Chelsea Zimmerman

Good News About Down Syndrome

The modern search and destroy mission to wipe people with Down syndrome off of the planet through eugenic abortion has taken so much love and joy out of the world. Not only is life with Ds not as bleak as most parents are told when their child is prenatally diagnosed, but scientists are making significant advancements in the treatment some of the more serious side-effects of the disorder.

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Bioethics
Chelsea Zimmerman

Enterprise Ethics

One of my favorite television shows when I was younger was Star Trek: The Next Generation. I’ve been watching some old episodes of the series

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Bioethics
Chelsea Zimmerman

Benedict and Biotechnology

Human cloning is not coming; it is already here. It is time to stop pretending that this is a problem for our children and grandchildren. This is our issue to tackle. Now.

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Bioethics
Chelsea Zimmerman

Would You Say That to My Face?

In recent decades, America has made many wonderful advances in protecting the rights of people with disabilities and including them in society. Gone are the days of

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The Apostolate of Suffering

The topic for discussion at my local Theology on Tap recently was evangelization and Christ’s instructions to His Apostles to go out and spread the

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Bioethics
Chelsea Zimmerman

The Weak Who Shame the Strong

In his first letter to the Corinthians, St. Paul explains how, when God calls people, he does not base his decision on human criteria – 

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Columnists
Chelsea Zimmerman

Death is Not a Right

A little late to our symposium here on “mercy and killing.”  The “and,” our editor informed us, was meant to keep the subject broad –

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